Join us in building a healthy environment and promoting sensible security policies.
The PBS Documentary Command and Control illustrated the risks of maintaining nuclear arsenals. We need your help to stop a whole new nuclear arms race.
Time: 4:45 - 7:00 pm
Location: Ramblin Jack’s, 520 East 4th Ave
Join WPSR health professionals, friends, family, and colleagues for a unique health forum. Expect brief & lively presentations on the latest research and implications for practice by WPSR and our Olympia partners. Light appetizers, spirits & spirited discussion on the issues WPSR supports:
We are delighted to offer this program to the Olympia community! RSVP’s welcome: email@example.com.
Alex Hamling, MD, MBA, Board Member and Tracy Bier, M ED, Executive Director, Washington Physicians for Social Responsibility
Evan Hirsch, MD, ABIHM, Hirsch Holistic Family Medicine
Beth Doglio, Campaign Director, Climate Solutions
Edward Cates, MD, Pioneer Family Medicine
Help stop Scott Pruitt – climate change denier, mouthpiece for the oil and gas industry – from being chosen as next Administrator of the EPA. Add your name to our petition now.
Congress should ensure that federal agencies enforce laws that protect our water, air quality and public health--not curb the power of those agencies to carry out their mission. Tell your representative you oppose the REINS Act and the Midnight Rule Relief Act of 2017.
Our first train-the-trainer lecture provides an overview of why exposure to toxics such as mercury, lead, BPA and air contaminants from polluting industries are dangerous to health and how to speak to patients about exposure. Featuring speaker Dr. Beth Neary. Read more »
The latest research and fracking's impacts on community health, featuring speaker Larysa Dyrszka, MD. Read more »
Our bodies are run by a system of hormones that control just about every bodily function. Chemicals in products like plastics can mimic hormones and disrupt the endocrine system, increasing health problems. Read our new handout and learn how to reduce your exposure. Read more »